The Slyboots School can fix a wide variety of drums from around the world specializing in Drum Kits, Marching Percussion, Classical & Mallet Percussion, African Percussion and Latin Percussion. Every repair must be assessed in person on a case by case basis. All repairs are done in a timely manner and at an affordable rate.
All repairs will be assessed on a case by case basis. The most popular repairs and rates are as follows:
Hand Drum Tuning-- $30
Hand Drum Goat, Antelope or Cow Skin-- $30
Hand Drum Re-heading-- $80 ($30 for the skin and $50 for labor)
Supreme quality hand crafted traditional instruments from the hands of a world renowned master-- to yours. These are the drums used to teach at the Dagara Music Center as well as at the many American Universities that work with the DMC, including SUNY Fredonia. Rasta Eddie is the Master Drummer of the SAAKUMU Dance Troupe and has been to the US on several tours with the Slyboots School of Music. He can also be found performing with On the Sly.
Respect the source. If you want to love your drum, know where it comes from and know that your appreciation is getting to people that deserve the recognition for their hard work and excellence.
Brought to you by Bernard Woma’s Left hand man-- this virtuoso ‘lefty’ xylophone master has been a key player in the SAAKUMU Troupe for years and has been to the US on several Tours with the Slyboots School of Music.
Members of the Slyboots School are encouraged to sell their music, art and/or related merchandise on a commission basis at the Slyboots Trading Co. Due to the active nature of the Slyboots School, the Slyboots Trading Company will have constant exposure to many interested customers coming into the School for many varying reasons.
All merchandise sold through the Slyboots Trading Co will be on consignment basis and are subject to 15% tax which will directly benefit Slyboots Productions. The rest of the proceeds goes directly to the artists that supplied the merchandise.
The Slyboots Trading Company features instruments from around the world. These items are displayed in a way and with proper documentation so as to inform the patron of the origin, pertinent aspects of the construction of the instruments as well as the cultural significance of the instrument in its native context. While these instruments make for brilliant teaching tools, they too are also for sale on fair trade consignment basis.
All items in the Ethnomusicology Museum are for sale on consignment basis and are subject to a 15% tax which will directly benefit Slyboots Productions. The rest of the proceeds will go to the artisans around the world who are crafting and shipping the instruments.
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